Big Screen Cowboys: Rage at Dawn & One-Eyed Jacks
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Artist: Forrest Tucker
Released: 07 Jun 2012
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Contains the following titles:
1. Rage At Dawn - Forrest Tucker, Randolph Scott (1955) Color 1 hour 27 minutes - Rage At Dawn is an interesting, but not particularly classic western. What makes it stand apart from most is the introduction of espionage. Sturdy as ever, Scott is a 'Peterson' man, an obvious allusion to the famous Pinkerton Detective Agency. He must infiltrate a gang of murderous outlaw brothers and trick them into causing their own downfall. Their beautiful sister, a non-crook, and Scott naturally hit it off. Familiar faces? How about a clean-shaven Denver Pyle?
2. One-Eyed Jacks - Marlon Brando, Karl Malden (1961) Color 2 hours 25 minutes - This 1961 Western is Marlon Brando's only directorial effort. It is the Old West of 1880 and Brando stars as Kid Rio, who along with his partner, Dad Longworth (Karl Malden) are bank robbers caught holding up a Mexican bank.
Extras: Interview with Native American, Iron Eyes Cody, who acted inover 70 Films and is one of the most recognized faces of the American western.
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